Meet Our Team

Dr. Sam Munn


Dr. Munn has been a practicing Veterinarian for over 20 years. His love of animals began with a boxer named Katie that belonged to his Aunt in England, twice a year they would go and visit and he would look forward to being reunited with his best friend. It was during this time as a child that he decided to become a veterinarian. Dr. Munn is a firm believer in treating all creatures with respect and kindness and is known for his compassion towards both patient and client. Dr. Munn also enjoys taking care of the little creatures-the rabbits, rats, hedgehogs, guinea pigs so often ignored. Dr. Munn has worked with many charitable organizations, helping dogs, cats, rabbits, guinea pigs and rats. Dr. Munn loves being a part of the Parkdale community and enjoys working with his wife Kirsti close to their home. In his free time Dr. Munn enjoys life with his 4 children, 3 dogs, 2 cats and 3 guinea pigs.

Dr. Stefanie Fulford


Dr. Stefanie Fulford’s first pet was a little blue budgie named Echo and since then she knew she was going to be a vet! Dr. Fulford studied at the University of Guelph before earning her Veterinary Degree in Dublin, Ireland. Dr. Fulford is a Fear Free certified practitioner and believes the veterinary experience for her patients should be built on compassion and trust.

Dr. Fulford’s main goal is to keep her patients healthy and happy, and for her clients to know she is always here to help.

Current pets include Montadita, adopted through Redemption paws. Her name means “little sandwich” in Spanish and is an ode to Dr. Fulford’s love of travel, trying local cuisines, and adventure.

Dr. Fulford will be on maternity leave for the upcoming year and we will be working with locum veterinarians Dr. Kate Zimmerman. and Dr. Judith DeCosta in her absence.

Dr. Kate Zimmerman


Dr. Kate Zimmerman graduated from the Ontario Veterinary College at the University of Guelph in 2010. She has been practicing companion animal medicine in Toronto ever since. Originally from Montreal, she speaks French and English, and never says no to a good bagel!

Dr. Zimmerman has a passion for preventative medicine and end-of-life care. Her focus is on good communication with clients and believes that quality veterinary medicine hinges on pet owners and the hospital team working together to find the right solutions for each patient. Dr. Zimmerman is thrilled to be filling in at JQAH while Dr. Fulford is on maternity leave.

Dr. Zimmerman lives in Toronto with her two senior dogs, Rigley and Bee, as well as her two daughters and husband. In her spare time, she enjoys cooking, hiking, swimming and scrapbooking.


Office Manager

Kirsti Munn has had a lifelong love of animals that began in the Beaches with her grandparents two wonderful dogs and long walks with them on the boardwalk. Many years later while working in the film industry, she walked by Dr. Munn’s clinic and decided to walk in and answer a help-wanted sign. The fit was immediate and she soon was an irreplaceable part of the practice. Kirsti believes that the owner-pet match is very important and she has special interest in finding homes for rescues with the best possible fit. She is passionate about giving all creatures the best care possible and making sure the owners know what is happening and are able to make the best decisions for their pets. Kirsti loves being part of the vibrant and diverse Parkdale neighbourhood, connecting with the community, the cafe’s, clothing shops, and four-legged friends, everything that bring a city to life.


Registered Veterinary Technician

Michelle graduated from the Seneca College Veterinary Technician program in 1998 and started working in a clinic right away. Even though she has always loved working with all animals she does have a special interest in the small exotic mammals. Over the years, her knowledge and love of animals has deepened into a profound respect for all life no matter how big or small. Michelle is glad to be back working with Dr. Munn again and is excited to continue her journey as a registered veterinary technician at Jameson Queen Animal Hospital. Michelle shares her home with 3 playful rat boys, a tortoise, canary and some tropical fish.


Registered Veterinary Technician

As four bunnies in scrubs masquerading as a human, Geo somehow managed to graduate from Ridgetown Campus for Veterinary Technology in 2015. From there they hopped directly into a job at an exotics clinic and haven’t looked back. Fear Free certified and passionate about quality low stress care for all animals, they are thrilled to have made the leap to the Jameson Queen team in March 2021 under the promise of more rabbit patients. Geo shares their life with their wife, and their (currently) five bunnies, three cats, and 50 plus houseplants. If not at the clinic they are probably in a garden watering, weeding and wandering. Or playing trombone, which is difficult when you are four obligate nasal breathers with cleft lips


Client Care Coordinator

Meet Ariana, she has been in the veterinary industry since 2013 and has an honours degree in biology and anthropology from Trent University. Ariana is currently completing her Veterinary Technician course. Her hobbies include martial arts, cooking and dancing. She enjoys spending her free time with her husband and the rest of the family (including the 6+ furry friends at home.) She has had an array of companion animals from hedgehogs to wolfhounds and is looking forward to meeting your furry friends!


Client Care Coordinator

Willow is a punk from BC who has turned a childhood obsession with cats into a lifelong passion for animal care. She has had the opportunity to love all manner of creatures, from Jersey cows, to three legged goats and malevolent turkeys, to the rambunctious cat she currently shares her home with. Narrowly escaping a stuffy career in academe after completing a BSc in Biology, Willow now finds refuge in the every day connection with other living things (this translates practically to picking up a lot of poop). Her hobbies include crochet, sustainable fashion, and ruining her hearing at live music because she never remembers earplugs.


Registered Veterinary Technician

From winters in the city to summers on the farm, Jen was never far from animals growing up. Cats to canaries to cattle: she loves them all. She values the importance of the human-animal bond and enjoys working with all life at either end of the leash.

Jen graduated from the University of Guelph, Ridgetown College with honours in 2008 and became a Registered Veterinary Technician shortly afterwards. She is Fear-Free certified and proud to be a part of the team at Jameson-Queen since Spring 2023.

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